Valencia have seen enough of Joao Cancelo to make his loan from Benfica a permanent transfer.
Sevilla stand on the cusp of UEFA Europa League history, but Dnipro are out to spoil the party in Wednesday's final in Warsaw.
Leonid Kuchuk has parted company with Kuban Krasnodar by mutual consent.
Marcel Desailly says John Terry's tactical nous has been key to his superb season for Premier League champions Chelsea.
Pep Guardiola has continued to improve Bayern Munich since replacing Jupp Heynckes, Thomas Muller insists.
Colombia striker Radamel Falcao has thanked Manchester United fans for standing by him during his time at the club.
Alexander Zorniger has been named head coach of Bundesliga side Stuttgart, replacing Huub Stevens on a three-year deal.
An announcement on Dani Alves' future will come after the Champions League final, but the full-back feels he has been disrespected.
Giampaolo Pazzini has spoken of his desire to stay at Milan, as speculation mounts that he could leave the club.
Andrea Barzagli could miss the UEFA Champions League final after the Juventus defender tore a thigh muscle.
Sheffield United aim to make a quick appointment after opting to part company with Nigel Clough, who was in charge for less than 18 months.
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew turned his attention to bringing in some top-class players after securing a 10th-placed finish.
Mike Ashley vowed to invest in Newcastle United in a rare public interview, a move that drew praise from John Carver.
Newcastle United's Jonas Gutierrez savoured playing a key role in what appears to be his last game for the Premier League club.
James Chester believes the disappointment of Hull City's relegation will linger with the team for some time.
Antonio Conte watched on as Stephan El Shaarawy struck twice against Torino and the Milan striker is eyeing an Italy recall.
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch is thrilled with his achievement of scoring more headed Premier League goals than any player.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has given the strongest indication yet that he will leave the club and spend a year out of the game.
With the FIFA presidential elections on the horizon, Michel Platini has questioned Sepp Blatter's reasons for standing for re-election.
Xabier Etxeita and Iago Herrerin have both committed their futures to Athletic Bilbao.